cooldude76 wrote:Just a question to Non-American's (quite a lot of you, huh? ):
In your gradeskool/middle skool or collegiate education structures do you have to study your native language. For instance, in America we have to do 8-12ish years of "English" class, sometimes its "Grammar". You can also major in "English" in college. >.< ridiculous.
Rippy wrote:I think it has to do with learning two languages so early, but accents come super easily to me. I can speak in basically any accent I've heard a bit. I also tend to take on the accent of whoever's around me. Like, if I moved to England, I'd probably have a full English accent in about a week. Just having conversations with people of different accents, and I start to think with that accent. Scary stuff.
So what do you guys know about *glances down at sheet* the kingdoms of orgasms
but I just don't see why someone would tape themselves together.
Bear Police wrote:I got Ready to Die today. Took me too long. Great record.
iluvgrlzwglasses wrote:French - About 7 years of public educations. Unsurprisingly as a result of Canadian public humanities education is the worst of all
ZLVT wrote:No, I think his 7yrs of French is the worst of all his languages due to Canadian public education.
poleboy wrote:Also, what the hell is Finnish related to anyway? I want to say Russian, but I don't see any apparent similarities.
innisen wrote:only things I can say anymore are:
"Warum hast du Rovanniemi gebraucht?" and
"Ich hade eine kügelbollen im meine lederhosen."
(if that last one even was written correctly...)
Monika wrote:I searched for Kügelbollen to find if it is a Bavarian dialect word - there are 1880 hits, and they all seem to be on Finnish forums?! http://www.google.de/search?q=K%C3%BCgelbollen
OmegaLord wrote:á = <compose>, <apostrophe>, a
é = <comp>, <apostrophe>, e
í = <comp>, <apostrophe>, i
ó = <comp>, <apostrophe>, o
ú = <comp>, <apostrophe>, u
ñ = <comp>, <tilde>, n
I have every idea what the capitalizations are, they're the same as the uncapitalized versions, but with a capital letter at the end
Monika wrote:Danke schön
ö = <comp>, <double quote>, o on Linux.
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